Transfer of photosynthetic NADP+/NADPH recycling activity to a porous metal oxide for highly specific, electrochemically-driven organic synthesis. B. Siritanaratkul, C. F. Megarity, T. G. Roberts, T. O. M. Samuels, M. Winkler, J. H. Warner, T. Happe and F. A. Armstrong, Chem. Sci, 8, 4579-4586 (2017)
Importance of the Active Site ‘Canopy’ Residues in an O2-tolerant [NiFe]-hydrogenase. E. J. Brooke, R. M. Evans, S. T. A. Islam, G. M. Roberts, S. A. M. Wehlin, S. B. Carr, S. E. V. Phillips and F. A. Armstrong. Biochemistry 56, 132-142 (2017).
Electrochemical investigations of the mechanism of assembly of the active-Site H-cluster of [FeFe]-Hydrogenases. C. F. Megarity, J. Esselborn, S. V. Hexter, F. Wittkamp, U.-P. Apfel, T. Happe and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 138, 15227-15233 (2016).
Catalysis of solar hydrogen production by iron atoms on the surface of Fe-doped silicon carbide. Z. Wang and F. A. Armstrong. Catalysis Science and Technology, 6, 7038 - 7041 (2016).
Guiding Principles of Hydrogenase Catalysis Instigated and Clarified by Protein Film Electrochemistry. F. A. Armstrong, R. M. Evans, S. V. Hexter, B. J. Murphy, M. M. Roessler and P. Wulff. Acc. Chem. Res. 49, 884-892 (2016).
Mechanism of Hydrogen Activation by [NiFe]-hydrogenases R. M. Evans, E. J. Brooke, S. A. M. Wehlin, E. Nomerotskaia, F. Sargent, S. B. Carr, S. E. V. Phillips and F. A. Armstrong. Nature Chem. Biol. 12, 46-50 (2016).
How the Oxygen Tolerance of a [NiFe]-Hydrogenase depends on Quaternary Structure. P. Wulff, C. Thomas, F. Sargent and F. A. Armstrong. J. Biol. Inorg. Chem. 21, 121-134 (2016).
How formaldehyde inhibits hydrogen evolution by [FeFe]-hydrogenases: determination by 13C ENDOR of direct Fe-C coordination and order of electron and proton transfers. A. Bachmeier, J. Esselborn, S. V. Hexter, T. Krämer, K. Klein, T. Happe, J. E. McGrady, W. K. Myers and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 137, 5381−5389 (2015).
Discovery of dark pH-dependent H+ migration in a [NiFe]-hydrogenase and its mechanistic relevance: mobilizing the hydrido ligand of the Ni-C intermediate. B. J. Murphy, R. Hidalgo, M. M. Roessler, R. M. Evans, Philip A. Ash, W. K. Myers, K. A. Vincent and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 137, 8484–8489 (2015).
Solar-driven proton and carbon dioxide reduction to fuels — lessons from metalloenzymes. A. Bachmeier and F.A. Armstrong, Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 25, 141-151 (2015).
Selective visible light-driven CO2 reduction on a p-type dye-sensitized NiO photocathode. A. Bachmeier, S. Hall, S. W. Ragsdale and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 136, 13518−13521 (2014).
How Oxygen reacts with Oxygen–tolerant Respiratory [NiFe]-Hydrogenases. P. Wulff, C. C. Day, F. Sargent and F. A. Armstrong. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.USA 111, 6606-6611 (2014).
Optimizing the Power of Enzyme-based Membrane-less Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Hydrogen-rich H2/air mixtures. L. Xu and F. A. Armstrong. Energy Environ. Science 6, 2166 - 2171 (2013).
Visible Light-driven CO2 reduction by Enzyme coupled CdS nanocrystals. Y. S. Chaudhary, T. W. Woolerton, C. S. Allen, J. H. Warner, E. Pierce, S. W. Ragsdale and F. A. Armstrong. Chem. Commun. 48, 58 - 60 (2012).
The Principles of Sustained Enzymatic Hydrogen Oxidation in the Presence of Oxygen – the Crucial Influence of High Potential Fe-S Clusters in the Electron Relay of [NiFe]-hydrogenases. R. M. Evans, A. Parkin, M. M. Roessler, B. J. Murphy, H. Adamson, M. J. Lukey, F. Sargent, A. Volbeda, J. C. Fontecilla-Camps and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 135, 2694-2707 (2013).
Electrocatalytic mechanism of Reversible Hydrogen cycling by Enzymes and Distinctions between the major classes of Hydrogenases. S. V. Hexter, F. Grey, T. Happe, V. Climent and F. A. Armstrong. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 109, 11516-11521 (2012).
EPR spectroscopic studies of the Fe-S clusters in the O2-tolerant [NiFe]-hydrogenase Hyd-1 from E. coli, and characterization of the unique [4Fe-3S] cluster by HYSCORE. M. M. Roessler, R. M. Evans, R. A. Davies, J. Harmer, and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 134, 15581-15594 (2012).
Enzymes and bio-inspired Electrocatalysts in Solar Fuel Devices. T. W. Woolerton, S. Sheard, Y. S. Chaudhary and F. A. Armstrong. Energy Environ. Science 5, 7470 - 7490 (2012).
Reversibility and Efficiency in Electrocatalytic Energy Conversion and Lessons from Enzymes. F. A. Armstrong and J. Hirst. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108, 14049-14054 (2011).
Oxygen Tolerant [NiFe]-Hydrogenases: the Individual and Collective Importance of Supernumerary Cysteines at the Proximal Fe S Cluster. M. J. Lukey, M. M. Roessler, A. Parkin, R. M. Evans, R. A. Davies, O. Lenz, B. Friedrich, F. Sargent and F. A. Armstrong. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 133, 16881–16892 (2011).
Energy … beyond oil. Edited by F. Armstrong and K. Blundell. Oxford University Press: Oxford (2007).
‘Inorganic Chemistry’ (Formally Shriver & Atkins) by M. T. Weller, T. L. Overton, J. P. Rourke, and F. A. Armstrong. Oxford University Press (2013) 6th edition.